Traditional rulers, (fons) dem for Lebialem for Southwest Cameroon say afta national dialogue weh deh bi check say peace go bi for Anglophone regions, but insecurity don instead increase for dia division.
Cameroon’s crackdown on its English-speaking minority is fueling support for a secessionist movement
DSCHANG, Cameroon — The battle lines of the conflict in this Central African country are drawn by language. Around 80 percent of the country speaks French; the rest speaks English. For decades, Francophones
Lisa Moore has only ever visited Frankfurt briefly, stopping on her way to India, but even a quick layover left an impression. As she walked, jetlagged, through the German city, she saw a bridge covered
American Embassy don tell Cameroon goment for investigate shocking killing for official, Florence Ayafor for Bamenda for end of September. Tori na say deh catch Florence Ayafor, mami for three pikin dem,
Adonis, who can lay claim to being the Arab world’s greatest living poet, is 89. His modernist experiments created a revolution in Arabic poetry comparable to TS Eliot In the run-up to Thursday’s announcement
Ashwenbom na 17-year old pikin, one of de young pipo weh deh di suffer pain and worry for seka de gunshots, die-bodi, wounds for seka de crisis for Northwest and Southwest regions for Cameroon. Anglophone
After nearly nine months in prison, Cameroon opposition leader Maurice Kamto and other activists have been allowed to walk free, signalling a possible easing of tensions in one of Africa’s most volatile